Architecture in the Age of Accessibility

By D. W. Dunlap An older article that provides a quick overview into incorporating more accessibility in architecture. While not directly focused on SCA-type buildings, there is some useful and insightful information about how architecture can be more accessible. Dunlap, D. W.  “Architecture in the Age of Accessibility,” The New York Times, June 1, 1997.

The Convenient Indian – Part I

By Peter Glaser Peter Glaser describes how Native American iconography was exploited and marketed in the late early 20th century roadside. He argues the North American Indian was an icon of consumer society that used stereotypical associations with the outdoors, the innocence of nature , strength , courage, and novelty. This SCA column explores how…